The 13 most beautiful places to visit in Germany Travel Guide 2024

Visiting Germany: a country that cannot be missed in Europe, 13 things to do in Germany!

In Central Europe, Germany is a federal republic with a population of 83 million, distributed between Denmark, Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands. On an area of 357,340 km². Germany, the leading European economy, the largest in the eurozone and the fourth largest in the world, has a historical and cultural heritage that attracts more than 37 million visitors each year.

If you come to visit Germany, there is a lot to do and you will see a blog about it to deal with it: What to do in Germany? Among the cities and nightlife – Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Munich -, nature parks – Bavaria, the Alps, the Rhine Valley, etc. -, castles and historical monuments, you will not miss things to do! What to do to visit Germany (very detailed) is our choice.

one. Berlin


As a starting point for visiting Germany, Berlin is a lively, vibrant, cultural and artistic city with 166 museums and 60 theaters in the east of the country. Be sure to visit the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Berliner Dom, Monument to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Checkpoint Charlie, the Fernsehturm Tower or Museum Island.

Walk through Alexanderplatz and Potsdamer Platz to the city parks many parks and green areas and visit the Pergamon Museum, the Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer – Berlin Wall Monument.

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2nd. Hamburg


The second largest city in the country, Hamburg is home to 1.8 million people. Hamburg, a former founding member of the Hanseatic League, is like a very active, cultural and festive northern city. You will take nice walks on the Jungfernstieg promenade surrounding the Alster Lake, Germany's rock capital. Head to the famous Reeeperbahn to party until dawn and Mönckebergstrasse for shopping.

The UNESCO World Heritage Site – Speicherstadt – is a must-see museum. The city's largest Go to St. Michael's Church. 453 steps to the bell tower to see the city from above. Your urban journey is not over: visit Munich, Dresden, Cologne, Nuremberg. The Church of Our Lady in Dresden and the Brühl Terrace, the test museum and the Documentation Center in Nuremberg, the Cologne Cathedral, Munich Cathedral and breweries are inevitable if you enjoy history.

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3. Oktoberfest festival


What to do in Germany? Drink beer, of course! Do you know Paulaner? If you arrive in Bavaria in October, don't miss the Oktoberfest. Oh, you don't like beer? Nevertheless go there for the atmosphere! The world's largest traditional and popular festival, the Oktoberfest, attracts more than 6 million smokers annually.

Fourteen giant tents and a beer garden are waiting for you to swallow a liter of local beer while listening to traditional Bavarian music and of course chatting and laughing with your neighbors.


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4. black Forest


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The Black Forest, a perfect land for hikers, has less than 20 hiking, three of which are popular: Westweg, Mittelweg and Ostweg. However, the massive also contains 14 GR traces. Located on the border of Alsace in the south-west of the country, the Black Forest is a mountainous area adorned with picturesque villages, known for its evergreen vegetation and dense vegetation.

The massive rises to 1,493 meters above sea level and covers an area of 6,000 km². Schluchtensteig trail – try to pronounce … – For example, 118 km long, wraps along 7 canyons and offers panoramic views of the entire Black Forest.

5. Saxony National Park in Switzerland

Saxon Switzerland National Park

Saxon Swiss National Park, east of Dresden and on the border with the Czech Republic, covers an area of 9,350 hectares in the Elbe sandstone massif. The highest point is the Lilienstein, the symbol of the park, 405 meters above sea level. The park features natural monuments, some 100 million years ago.

The national park is also the cradle of free climbing: the 1,106 sizzling formations make it the largest external climbing wall in Germany. Hikers will also have a unique panorama that attracts the Malerweg ("painter's path", 112 km long).

6. Rothenburg ob der Tauber

Rothenburg ob der Tauber

Would you like to visit Germany by exploring history? The village of Rothenburg ob der Tauber is famous for being a symbol of German Romanticism. A medieval town in southern-central Germany, west of Nuremberg, Bavaria. The city, which has a population of 11,085, has remained intact since the Renaissance and has not been altered since the Thirty Years War (1618-1648).

Walled cladding, 14. and 15. century and partly keeps tourism in Germany quite high. To see: the crime museum, the law museum and the imperial city museum.

7. Old town of Augsburg


Located on the "Romantic Road", the historic city of Augsburg is one of the oldest cities in Germany. If you are a fan of European history, you have to visit Augsburg. Because this city was the intersection of the trade routes of the continent in the Middle Ages: 15. and 16. In the centuries, the city was one of the most influential cities in Europe.

Today the city has a population of 286,000 and the old city is home to many monuments and museums: the Schaezler Palace – fountains of Maximilianstrasse, the cathedral of Augsburg and the Augsburger Puppenkiste Museum (dollhouse).

8. Rugen Island


You came to visit northern Germany? Don't miss Ada Rügen. Rügen, the largest German island in the north of the Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania coast, is a favorite holiday destination for wealthy Germans.

The island is 926 km² and has a population of 73,000 people. Don't miss hiking in Jasmund National Park, watch the chalk cliffs (Kreidefelsen), 118 meters above sea, bays and peninsulas.

9. Heidelberg Castle

Heidelberg Castle

Heidelberg Castle is located between Frankfurt and Karlsruhe, a few kilometers from the Alsace border. century, built between 1294 and 1303 is a ruined castle.

Previously built to control the Neckar Valley, it is now polluted by the city of Heidelberg. If you visit Heidelberg Castle, you can see the "broken tower" to the south of the site. Century you will see Grand Tonneau.

10. Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle: Another monument everywhere to visit Germany. A few kilometers from the Austrian border, on the slopes of the Alps, 200 meters above sea level in a rocky ditch and 19. century King of Bavaria II. It was built by Ludwig. It is a relatively new castle, but it has become Germany's most famous, with more than 1.4 million visitors a year.

To visit the castle, you will pay a guided tour for 35 minutes. This castle is called "fairy tale", so it dived into an extraordinary world. The Marienbücke bridge offers spectacular views of the castle-lined castle and its rocky hill.

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11th. Lake Constance

Lake Constance

In 2017 we were near Bregenz, near the lake: Lake Constance, a waterline between Germany, Switzerland and Austria at the foot of the Alps.

After feeding from the Rhine, it is 63 kilometers long and 14 kilometers wide: a large area – 536 square kilometers – allows the locals to relax in the countless water sports areas of the lake towns: Lindau, Friedrichshafen, Meersburg, Konstanz, Bregenz, Rorschach and so on. The Bregenz has a beautiful green beach on the Austrian side, where you can swim in the lake on a sunny day.

12. Lake Königssee

Lake Königssee

We are separated from the other side of the German border: What are you looking for in Germany? Are the Balkans on their way? Do not miss the lake Königssee in the Alps. It is also a holiday destination for Germans and Austrians (not far from Salzburg).

Like a fjord, it offers beautiful photo shots and allows you to do various outdoor sports activities. To see: Kirche St. Bartholomä, Watzmann Mountain and Obersee.

13. Rakotz Bridge

Rakotz Bridge

The bridge Rakotz is also called the Bridge Rakotzbrücke, in the heart of Saxony and is often called the Devil's Bridge because of its imaginary. This arch is so perfect that the inhabitants of the time said that it was impossible for this bridge to be a man's work, so the myth that feeds the place: the devil will have made it himself!

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